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Kost Nix Laden 4 08 2011
Vienna

http://www.umsonstladen.at/

Kostnix shop Short Description

Since June 2005 there is in Vienna, the "Kostnix Laden". He is on the 5th District Zentagasse 26, near the subway station Pilgramgasse, in the event Local Vekk Kostnix shop was Way of the group (value Critical emancipatory counter-movement) has been launched and is managed by its three times weekly.

What is a Kostnix shop?


In Kostnix shop without money you can "buy". You can come by and take no compulsion to return any items you'll need. You can also drop off stuff lying around unused in your home and as you get rid of anyway long been wanted. In principle, the Kostnix shop is therefore a storage room for things that are delivered free of charge and are passed on. Currently there are among other books, clothes, videos, CDs, dishes, household items, electrical appliances, shoes and much more.


Rules


Thus neither the Kostnixladen for bulky waste dump is still immediately degenerates completely emptied, a few rules are necessary: ​​Per person per day can be taken three parts ("three-part rule"). This serves to prevent abuse ("soon einhamstern anything that looks expensive"), on the other hand, there is a contribution to fairness towards those who are "not fast enough," or have less time. You can bring over all the things that you can even wear without outside help, eg no bulky furniture or refrigerators. The things must work or be really useful: - (! But this can hang on the black board or on the Internet offering to give away www.geldlos.at) is also important! That means: no robe with "eh just a few" holes, and no broken record player "is always partial, certainly for a hobbyist not a problem ..." etc!.


Why?


We want to make this project (and others) attempt by the association money, goods, and exchange relations with something contrary. Neither the idea nor the implementation of alternatives to capitalism can evolve from a purely intellectual abstraction. It requires a learning process of trial and error. Therefore, Kost-Nix-projects not only as a scientific micro-experiments are to be understood. You should already be a direct contribution to one's own life, to help medium to reduce the economic constraints and to bridge the human Separations. The long-term goal we want to come one step closer, is a diverse society based on free association and cooperation of people, not the exchange, but share, not compete together to help, but. For this we want as part of a broad social movement to contribute to the project.

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